Return of the Living Dead 4 & 5: Websites Online!


Websites for both of the new Return of the Living Dead films, "Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis" and "Return of the Living Dead 5: Rave from the Grave" are now online. 

At both sites you can view the trailer, behind-the-scenes clip, gallery, cast listing, and synopsis.  The sites are nothing fancy, but they do deliver the goods - and you can check them both out here.

Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis:   Julian, Zeke and their friends are a group of high school seniors with nothing much to do. They live the typical teen lifestyle until Julian's uncle brings something unnatural back to town. Uncle Charles works for the Mega Corporation Hybratech, conducting inhumane experiments on human test subjects with a mutated chemical compound called Trioxyn-5. This chemical re-animates the dead.

It all amounts to trouble when Zeke finds himself as one of the test subjects, and his not entirely capable friends attempt to rescue him. As the kids break into the facility they find and release more zombies than they can handle. The worst is in store for the kids when they discover that Uncle Charles' favorite test subjects turn out to be Julian's parents who have been mechanically mutated into uber zombies. The rescue mission has some deadly and often humorous consequences for the kids.

Return of the Living Dead 5:  Rave from the Grave: Uncle Charles is killed by one of his test subjects during an underground transaction to get rid of the Trioxyn-5. The kids that made it out alive from Necropolis (now in college) return and are not too much wiser for their experience. They find a canister of Trioxyn-5 and try to figure out what it is. Knowing that it probably had something to do with Uncle Charles' experiments, Julian and his new friend Jenny have the brains to be cautious where as the other kids see it as a new party drug and an opportunity to make some quick cash.

As the drug becomes more and more popular and Halloween approaches, kids are partying and overdosing on "Z". This turns hundreds of innocent costumed college students into brain thirsty zombies. It all culminates at a huge rave put on by Jenny's brother Jeremy. Zombies mistaken for costumes and two Interpol agents that are more harm than help all add to the hilarity and horror that ensues.

Both films are scheduled to be released sometime in 2005.

THX to DA for sending us this scoop !

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